Indian festivities call for another reason to look your stylish and best. No festival is complete without food, revellery and dressing up. Rakhi, which celebrates the bond between a brother and a sister, can be no different.

Though there is no particular dress code Rakhi, you can rock in ethnic attires. There’s no way we’re going simple this Rakhi.

This fashion guide will definitely help you choose from ethnic and Indo-western outfits. We have listed some of the attires from BIBA, W, Tata CLiQ and Aurelia.

Colour contrast

 

Playing with colours will never go out of fashion, opt for this pink and bluish tone outfit which has floral impressions.

(This piece is from W)

Print Block Style

 

This blueprint work on creme clothing gives an ethnic look to the outfit. Pair it with blue pants and silver earrings and rock the day.

(This piece is from Tata CLiQ)

Frock Style

Layer

 

The outfit will give up a frock style with a print on it. Wear it with palzoo or just like a dress and rock the show.

(This piece is from Aurelia)

Flared Beauty

 

Stylish straight fit front open, quarter sleeve art silk kurta with contrast intricate embroidery on neck, side slits, having printed borders trim details on sleeve and front open edge and featuring flared beautiful Sweden painting inspired printed sleeveless inner.

(This piece is from BIBA)

Long umbrella kurta

 

Opt for this long kurta which has amazing new pristine colour and the fabric gives you perfect ethnic look.

(This piece is from W)

Subtle hues

Stylishly complement your wardrobe like this long floral printed dress in powder blue colour with 3/4th sleeves and beautiful placement print at hem. The whole look is very subtle and has a contemporary vibe.

(This piece is from BIBA)

Stripes all way

Suit

 

Stripes are always in fashion and never goes wrong. The yellow popup adds perfect look to the outfit.

(This piece is from Aurelia)

Shiny all the way 

 

This outfit is best for Rakhi as the print touch to silver shiny cloth gives a perfect festival look.

(This piece is from Tata CLiQ)